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Crochet Daisy Coin Purse

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Just can’t get enough of making this sweet daisy. The crochet hooks are like a magnet pulling my hands!!! I made this purse to match the tote bag but this time I used single strand yarn. By using a single strand the daisy is smaller and about half the size of the one on the tote.


My mind is going to explode! I have the desire to write down the pattern of the basic purse. I have never done any pattern authoring before, this is my first trial. Please just be patient with me, I will need time to write, test to come up with a foolproof one to ensure that the pattern won’t bring you to never, never-land :p

I am not going to write the daisy pattern at this point in time, it is too difficult for me to write as I am just a beginner. It is complicated because it needs extra yarn at the outline to form the petals. You can always replace it with something else, like a brooch, for example, any brooch you like, just hook it on 🙂

By the way, the ball clasp kisslock frame I used is 8cm wide black-nickel plated, sewable type. I like sewable frames, they tend to be more lasting than those glue adhered —- they can withstand hand wash when they get dirty.

Not only this, you can reuse it to make into another purse for whatever reason; get bored with the original purse, purse torn beyond usage. All you need to do is just remove it from the existing purse and sew on a new one 🙂 Another recycling exercise! You can refer to my tutorial on “sewing a frame purse” on how to sew the frame, you will find it at the end of the post as sewing the frame is always the last procedure.

This purse measured: 10cm W x 9.5cm H, about the same size as my previous stripe coin.

Enough to put lipstick, a small mirror, some credit cards, and some cash.

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Saturday 20th of February 2010

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Monday 15th of February 2010

Just found your site--you are so talented! Love, love, love the crocheted daisy. Do you have the tutorial for that yet? I am a crochet beginner, and can't figure out patterns yet, so I would appreciate the help.



Thursday 17th of December 2009

Sorry talking on the phone and trying to write, i made a bag just like you knitted bag, but could not make a flower like yours do you have any suggestion or direction on how to make this lovely daisy.


Craft Passion

Thursday 17th of December 2009

I followed a pattern from the book for the daisy flower. It is hard to explain as it involved another thread at the outer ring of the daisy petal. The book is called Irish Lace Crochet but it is written in Chinese. Sorry can't share the pattern here as I respect others' copyright. Try to google search "Irish Lace Crochet" and see if there is anything similar.


Thursday 17th of December 2009

I made a bag like the recycled bag but could not get the follow any suggestion? Thanks

Elaine Savage

Sunday 22nd of November 2009

Totally fell in love with the little green/yellow striped crochet purse and gave it a THUMBS UP. Is there a pattern available for this crochet project?